|

ORHS alumni invited to new tradition on the diamond

The Oak Ridge High School Baseball Program, in conjunction with the Oak Ridge High School Community Foundation, will start a new tradition this year — hosting an ORHS Alumni Baseball Game.

All former players are invited to join in the excitement of reconnecting with former teammates and have fun as they once again round the bases and slide into memories of the past.

The first alumni game will be held at 10:30 a.m. on Saturday, March 2, at Oak Ridge’s varsity field. ORHS’s first baseball coach Doug Paul will serve as umpire. The game will be followed by a reunion barbecue hosted by the 2013 Oak Ridge baseball team.

There is no cost to participate in the alumni game; register by contacting the ORHS Alumni Baseball Planning Committee at baseballalumni10@gmail.com .

This event is being provided in conjunction with the Meet the 2013 Team Tri-Tip Dinner which will be held at the Mercedes Dealership at 6 p.m. on March 2nd. Tickets are on sale now at $25 person. Seating is limited to 500. Get tickets online at orhsbaseballdinner.eventbrite.com or from Steve Meinhofer at meinhofer@comcast.net.

Like ORHS baseball on Facebook at facebook.com/orbaseballclub.

Short URL: http://www.villagelife.com/?p=28600

This story falls on page "6"
Posted by on Feb 3 2013.
Last Login:
Filed under Sports. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback to this entry

Leave a Reply

Recently Commented

  • John: OMG! Just read the documents in the link. This guy sounds like an arrogant, con artist. Slick politician is...
  • Sierra: You really think Howard Penn is qualified to serve on our Board of Supervisors and manage our $500 million...
  • Sierra: Not so slick and quick M.D. You really think that this guy is qualified to serve on our Board of Supervisors...
  • Sierra: You really think that this guy is qualified to serve on our Board of Supervisors and managed our $500 million...
  • M.D.: Vote yes on M and O and on Ranalli vote no! Keep the county rural and zoning in place and tell the developers...